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Install a single pom.xml in your local repository

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Install a single pom.xml in your local repository

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Sometimes you have a pom.xml that you want to install in your repository without wanting to install your whole build.

Huh? When?

For instance you have a multi-modules project, and you make a change to the parent pom. You want to install it but not having to install all the children modules.
There’s an option for that, that’s the ‘non-recursive’ directive.

mvn -N install

will install only what’s in the current directory.

 

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